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King Henry VIII bringing to Court Anna Boleyn, who was afterwards his Royal Consort. after Unknown artist line engraving, probably 18th century 7 5/8 in. x 5 1/4 in. (194 mm x 134 mm) paper size Given by the daughter of compiler William Fleming MD, Mary Elizabeth Stopford, 1931 NPG D24176

King Henry VIII bringing to Court Anna Boleyn, who was afterwards his Royal Consort., after Unknown artist, probably century - NPG - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Elizabeth I wears her mother, Anne Boleyn's, "A" pendant necklace in the famous painting "The Family of Henry VIII" now hanging in Hampton Court Palace.. what a lovely, moving tribute to her fallen mother!

Elizabeth I wears her mother, Anne Boleyn's, "A" pendant necklace in the famous painting "The Family of Henry VIII" now hanging in Hampton Court Palace. a lovely, moving tribute to her fallen mother!

"On this site stood the Tudor Palace of Greenwich, built by King Henry VII, and birthplace of King Henry VIII in 1491, and his daughters Queen Mary I  in 1516 and Queen Elizabeth I in 1533".

Very few Tudor palaces remain: "On this site stood the Tudor Palace of Greenwich, built by King Henry VII, and birthplace of King Henry VIII in and his daughters Queen Mary I in 1516 and Queen Elizabeth I in

Engraving of Will Somers, Henry VIIIs Jester - king-henry-viii Photo

An engraving of Will Somers, Henry VIII's Court Jester.Wallpaper and background photos of Engraving of Will Somers, Henry VIII's Jester for fans of King Henry VIII images.

1532-1543 (some time) Mary, Lady Heveningham by Hans Holbein the Younger (Royal Collection) Wm

Portrait of Mary, Lady Heveningham. Hans Holbein the Younger. Margaret (Madge) Shelton and Mary Shelton (died were two sisters in Tudor England, one of whom may have been a mistress.

Portrait of Henry VIII, Will Somers and Mary Tudor. Will appears in at least two other portraits with the king, demonstrating how important he was to Henry VIII.

Portrait Gallery Portrait of Henry VIII, Will Somers and Mary Tudor. Will appears in at least two other portraits with the king, demonstrating how important he was to Henry VIII.

Hever Castle's "Haunted House Story" The ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to return to her old home at Hever Castle, where every Christmas Eve she is seen to walk over the bridge which crosses the River Eden in the castle grounds. The great oak, under which Henry VIII courted Anne, still stands. Her ghost has been seen there as well, usually at Christmas time. Another ghost at Hever is that of a local farmer, called Humphrey, who was robbed and killed there.

Hever Castle's "Haunted House Story" The ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to return…

This tough cookie is Margaret Beaufort, the mother of Henry VII. She was only 13 when Henry was born. From that moment on, it was her mission to advance the interests of her son, help him become king, and found a powerful dynasty. She succeeded in doing all three -- no wonder all the surviving portraits of her show a woman who looks like she refused to take any bull from anybody -- that laser-beam glare could freeze anyone in their tracks.

Margaret Beaufort - Mother of King Henry VII, grandmother of King Henry VIII, great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth. Plotted rdaughter Elizabeth for political alliance. Their union produced Henry VIII.

Illegitimate: A depiction of Bessie Blount - King Henry VIII's secret mistress from the side of her parent's tomb.

Henry VIII had a secret daughter who should have taken English throne before Elizabeth I, historian claims

House of Tudor - Illegitimate: A depiction of Bessie Blount - King Henry VIII's secret mistress and mother to his son, Henry Fitzroy - from the side of her parent's tomb.

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